Friday, April 18, 2014

FRIDAY FAVES-RENOVATION EDTION

I love to see an old house renovated, especially if it looks like it is likely to be demolished.  Did you see this amazing restoration in Mississippi, shared by COUNTRY LIVING?

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

EASTER DESSERT TABLE

Easter Table 1

Is your Easter basket as big as mine?   I’ve mentioned before that we normally host about 30 family members for Easter dinner.  I’ve recently mentioned that my sweetheart is running for public office in a six county election.  The election is in May, so we are currently living and breathing “campaign”!

Sunday, April 13, 2014

MORE EASTER VIGNETTES

Easter Decor 1

In a recent post, I shared some Easter vignettes, and I asked my readers if “vignetting” should be a word.  Since so many agreed with me that it should be, I’m still Easter vignetting.  Spring chicks have taken over the china cabinet in our kitchen.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

FRIDAY FAVES-DO IT YOURSELF EASTER EDITION

 

Ribbon Egg

I LOVE TO CREATE

Y’all know I’m not a crafty person.  But, I like to pretend that I’m crafty (or that I’m going to get crafty) by saving wonderful do it yourself ideas.  Today I’m sharing some do-it-yourself Easter ideas.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

MY SPRING TABESCAPE IS CHIRPING!

Spring Table

Did you hear the birds chirping when you opened my bog?  I’ve set a table for a Spring luncheon.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

EASTER VIGNETTES

Easter Vignette 7

I’ve been doing a little Easter vignetting (spellcheck says that isn’t a word – well, I think it should be!).  I’ll start by sharing the vignette on the buffet behind our sofa.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

EASTER TABLESCAPES

Easter Tea Party

Easter Tea Party 2013

I’m sharing a review of Easter Tablescapes from the past.  If you’ve read my blog for awhile, you may know that we host 30 people for Easter dinner, so I do a lot of Easter tablescaping.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

FRIDAY FAVES-ERIC J SMITH EDITION

 

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Eric J. Smith, Architect

My Friday Faves this week are from an architect’s site.  Eric J. Smith obviously designs high-end structures, but they all have a classic element that makes them feel like renovated vintage homes.